Louisburg, North Carolina - In an effort to keep Mexico's rich cultural heritage and traditions alive abroad, members of the Louisburg, North Carolina, and surrounding areas will unite for the second consecutive year to celebrate the Fiestas Homelands. This event will take place next Saturday, September 16, starting at 4 pm, at 895 NC 39 Hwy, Louisburg, NC 27549.
he Fiesta del Pueblo, the largest Latino festival in the Triangle, is getting closer. This event, which will take place on Sunday, September 17, will feature a diverse portfolio of local artists, an exclusive area for children and various activities to ensure that families enjoy a moment of healthy fun and, in addition, celebrate with pride the Month of Hispanic Heritage.
In Oxford, North Carolina, the residents of the community from the Tierra Caliente region, in the state of Guerrero, Mexico, gathered for the first time to celebrate with joy and devotion the Fiesta of the Patron Saint San Lorenzo. This festivity, rooted in its roots and ancestral customs, takes place every August 10 in Guerrero, Mexico in honor of San Lorenzo.
Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey today announced an agreement with the North Carolina Rate Bureau on auto insurance rates. The settlement is about two-thirds less than what the insurance companies had requested. The settlement will save drivers approximately $1.6 billion over the next two years compared to the Rate Bureau's request. In addition, the settlement cancels a hearing scheduled for later this year, avoiding a lengthy administrative legal battle that would have cost consumers time and money.
The summer camp organized by the Latin American School at the Consulate General of Mexico in Raleigh has come to an end, leaving behind an unforgettable experience and an invaluable opportunity for cultural exchange and personal growth for all the participants. For three weeks, the children had the opportunity to immerse themselves in the cultural richness of Latin America and strengthen friendship ties with people from different countries.
The City of Raleigh, North Carolina dressed in the colors and traditions of Mexico. Between catrinas, dances, artists, Mariachi music, the sounds of the guitar, the jarana and the violin of the Huastec sones, and the offering, a fundamental element of this celebration.
With the aim of helping to preserve and expand our traditions and culture, the first celebration of the national holidays and commemoration of the Independence of Mexico was held in Louisburg, North Carolina.
This civic cultural community event also had as an emphasis the dissemination of the traditional dance groups of the peoples of Mexico that exist in this area of North Carolina since, as is known, Mexico is one of the countries with the most cultural richness in the world. and Mexican migrants keep their deep-rooted roots crossing borders.
RALEIGH — The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is reporting the first pediatric flu-related death for the 2023-2024 flu season. A child in the western part of the state recently died from complications associated with influenza infection. To protect the family’s privacy, additional information will not be released.